and Liza falcipinnis; clupeids, Ethmalosa fimbriata and snakehead, Parachanna obscura.
The prayers and the spectacle were over, and we were leaving to go back to the city, when from some way off Polemarchus, the son of Cephalus
, caught sight of us starting homewards and sent his slave running to ask us to wait for him.
The role of olfaction in the behavioral and physiological responses to conspecific skin extract in a teleost fish, Brycon cephalus
Loading and transport stress of juvenile matrinxa Brycon cephalus
at various densities.
Ionic imbalance in matrinxã, Brycon cephalus
(Teleostei: Characidae), submitted to different hauling densities.
His first choice of Cephalus
and Aurora--a story about a woman trying unsuccessfully to seduce a sleeping man--was perhaps an appropriate topic for a bedroom.
30) Although traditionally misidentified as the illustration of Ovid's Cephalus
and Procris, the picture is still possibly a metamorphosis of Ovid's story, in which Cephalus
is now transformed into a faun.
One starts, as Socrates does with Cephalus
at the beginning of Plato's Republic, with a sympathetic evoking of "what is sensible and healthy in the proposed opinion.
Levels of heavy metals (Fe, Cu, Ni, Cr, Pb and Zn) in tissue of Mugil cephalus
and Trachurus mediterraneus from Iskenderun Bay, Turkey.
1994), when it increased the amount of fatty acids in Artemia to feed the larvae of Mugil cephalus
and realized that they became more resistant to stress responses.
Hutton RF (1957) Preliminary notes on trematodes (Heterophydade and Strigeoides) encysted in the heart and flesh of Florida mullet Mugil cephalus
Information on the stress response in tropical species employed in aquaculture is very limited, however, studies on curimbata, Prochilodus lineatus, matrinxa, Brycon amazonicus, mandi, Pimelodus maculatus, surubim, Pseudoplatystoma corruscans, and matrinxa, Brycon cephalus
(FAGUNDES; URBINATI, 2008; GONCALVES et al.